Common jumps on top of Chris Brown’s “Fine China” for an unofficial remix, put together by 9th Wonder and DJ Dummy.
J. Period organized this freestyle of Common spitting over Jay-Z’s “Open Letter” instrumental.
No I.D. frees up this lost collaboration track with Common, about his homie’s wedding day.
Produced by DJ Mano, No I.D and Rob Kinelski. This may or may not appear on his next LP, Hall Of Fame.
Common Freestyles on Sway In The Morning.
Common talks about playing in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game and debates who would win one-on-one, LeBron James or Michael Jordan.
J. Period chops up some Portishead for this loose-knit re-working of Com’s classic “I Used To Love H.E.R.” From his new mixtape, The Rage Is Back.
Common appears at Hyde Bellagio in Las Vegas New Years Eve weekend, with Mick Boogie and Jace One on decks. Check out the video re-cap below.
Common speaks on his acting career, his new film LUV, Kanye West, his upcoming mixtape, and more.
No I.D. and James Fauntleroy’s Cocaine 80′s project continues to forge ahead, with this track featuring Common and Jhene Aiko. From the upcoming Flower Of Life EP.
Common speaks on his 2013 plans, which include two films, Luv and Magic Men, as well as plans to drop each an EP, his first mixtape, and his next album all within the year. Big shout out to Hyde Bellagio, who gets some national love at the beginning of the clip.
New from the Roc Nation artist’s forthcoming Bijoux 22 EP.
BET has partnered with the Brick City TV producers Marc Levin and Mark Benjamin, (producers of the Peabody Award-winning and twice Emmy nominated series “Brick City”) and Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award nominated filmmaker Sam Pollard (“Slavery By Another Name” and “Four Little Girls”) to produce a two-part news documentary, “SECOND COMING?: WILL BLACK AMERICA [cont.]
Here is a classic mixtape you might have picked up from HipHopSite.Com, back in our retail days. The collection boasts many remixes, b-sides, and unreleased tracks from the legendary Chi-Town artist, mixed by Chicago’s own DJ Risky Bizness. A side note: Hip-Hop fashion has definitely had some strange eras. Freestyle (feat. Prince) – Live @ [cont.]
Common says he’s working on a new LP, perhaps due “at the top of the year”, and says he will work with No I.D. and perhaps Kanye on the project. He also speaks on some upcoming film projects in the clip.
The G.O.O.D. promo tour continues, as the crew rolls up to 106 & Park to discuss Cruel Summer. The crew gives an interview in three parts in the first clip. The second clip is of the entire show, which also includes performances of “Mercy”, “New God Flow,” “Birthday Song,” “I Don’t Like,” and “Clique”, starting [cont.]
Common, Pusha T, Cyhi the Prynce, Teyana Taylor and Big Sean talk about how recording “Cruel Summer” with Kanye was no Hawaiian vacation.
Big Sean, Common, CyHi The Prynce, and Teyana Taylor all sit in with Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club, to speak on Cruel Summer, and what to expect from them in the future.
Spinna guest stars on Bling47 Breaks. This series takes you on a journey into samples used by J Dilla. Filmed, edited and animated and directed by Waajeed.
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